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With Tate out, options abound

Wide receiver Randy Moss got the jump on Colts safety Antoine Bethea for a 63-yard touchdown in the second quarter that gave the Patriots a 17-7 lead. Wide receiver Randy Moss got the jump on Colts safety Antoine Bethea for a 63-yard touchdown in the second quarter that gave the Patriots a 17-7 lead. (Barry Chin/Globe Staff
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By Adam Kilgore
Globe Staff / November 16, 2009

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INDIANAPOLIS - The Patriots hoped they had found an option at the third wide receiver position when Brandon Tate , the rookie third-round pick, became healthy to play three weeks ago. That hope fizzled nearly as quickly as it materialized. (Full article: 1118 words)

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